A Treatise on the Law [&C.].

A Treatise on the Law [&C.].

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1879 Excerpt: ...discussion in committee, as in 1856, on the subject of education,4 and in 1858, on the government of India.5 Again, in 1867, it was proposed to found the Representation of the People Bill upon resolutions to be previously discussed in committee: but ultimately the bill was brought in without any preliminary proceedings.6 As the house may refer any matters whatever to the consideration of a committee, this course is not inconsistent with any Parliamentary principle: but it is open to these objections, --that it involves a double discussion of the same questions in committee, and that it reverses the accustomed order of proceeding, by giving precedence to the consideration of the details of a measure, instead of to the principle. It has, however, been deemed inadmissible for Other bills originating in committee. 1 111 Com. J. 126; 112 1b. 185. 8 33 lb. 417. 3 On the 21st March 1861, in committee on the Mutiny Bill, Mr. Henuessy called attention to this resolu it had fallen into desuetude. 162 Hans. Deb., 3rd Ser. 201. 111 Com. J. 87. 4 149 Hans. Deb., 3rd Ser. 853. 1654. tion; but the chairman ruled that 6 185 lb. 214. 1203. a minister who had brought in a bill, which was then standing for a second reading, to propose resolutions in a committee, having the same legislative objects, until the order for the second reading of the bill had been discharged.1 "Where a preliminary vote is to be taken in a committee, -when prefor imposing duties or granting money, the committee is ymTMm" appointed for a future day: but where it relates to religion or trade, or any other matter, the house will immediately resolve itself into a committee, for the purpose of agreeing to the introduction of a bill. In preparing bills, care must be taken that they do not Pr...
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